We recently had a noise disturbance and the Tenant quoted the "Noise Act 1996", (which states music can be played until 11pm) but the council do not use this piece of legislation and instead use the Environmental Protection Act 1990 which means that ... read more »
Electrical Installation Condition Reports - EICR's On 1st July 2020, it will be a legal requirement for all Landlords with new tenancies to have a Landlord Safety Test for the electrics. If its a property that is rented out, an Electrical Condition ... read more »
If you are named in a will as an executor, this guide will provide some useful information and guidance on selling a probate property and responsibilities and duties placed upon you. It is up to you to organise the valuation of the assets of an estat... read more »
Leasehold / Freehold Information Sheet ** This  is not meant to describe or give a full interpretation of the law, nor does it cover every case. **   Legal Tenure of Property. Freehold, Leasehold, Share of Freehold, Lease Extensions &... read more »
We work with the U.K’s main Property Corporate Asset Management Companies representing their clients for repossessions, probates, part exchanges, drive-by and formal valuations and also, directly for large blue chip com... read more »
There are a lot of people asking me what is going to happen in the property market and to predict house prices. Whilst I like doing this for fun, no one knows. However, we can look at the immediate history and calculate relatively well the next six ... read more »
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